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Hands-on with the Olympus LS-10: 24-bit voice and music

The Olympus LS-10 captures voice and music in 24-bit 96kHz quality -- that's higher than even CDs are capable of. At £260 it'll cost you, but we love it to bits

By 13 May 2008


FiiO's nifty $200 portable high-resolution music player is a knockout

The Audiophiliac spends some quality time with FiiO's little X3, an awesome 192kHz/24-bit music player/headphone amplifier; it also sounds sweet with MP3s.

By 8 September 2013


A great-sounding pocket recorder: Zoom H2n

Zoom's H2n Handy Recorder has built-in microphones and records MP3 files and 96-kHz/24-bit high-resolution audio.

By 21 May 2012


Zoom H1 records high-resolution audio for $99

Zoom's H1 Handy Recorder has built-in stereo microphones and does MP3 and up to 96-KHz/24-bit high-resolution audio on the cheap.

By 13 March 2011


Olive unveils high-end music server--for $4,999

HD music server maker Olive has unveils a new server that offers "24-bit studio recording sound" for those who want the top audio quality.

By 18 November 2010


Zoom H1 records stereo for $99

The Zoom H1 hand-held audio recorder delivers 24-bit/96kHz stereo recordings perfect for music, interviews, lectures, recitals, band practice and more.

By 2 June 2010


GarageBand 4 can export songs your iPod can't play

It's all because of its new 24-bit capabilities.

By 18 August 2007


Short take: Canon debuts printer/scanner

Canon Computer Systems announced the BJC-80, a portable four-color printer that doubles as a scanner. The three-pound ink-jet printer has a maximum resolution of 720 by 360. With a scanner cartridge, users can scan, save, and print photos, graphics, and documents measuring up to 8.2-by-11.45 inches, in 24-bit color, the company said. The printer will have a street price of about $300.

By 6 August 1997


Short Take: Desktop scanner from HP

Hewlett-Packard introduced HP ScanJet 5p, a 24-bit color and 8-bit grayscale flatbed scanner that replaces the ScanJet 4p desktop scanner. The new model, 40 percent smaller than its predecessor, handles documents of up to 8.5 inches by 11.7 inches. PC-compatible models will have a list price of $465; Macintosh-compatible models will cost $530.

By 14 January 1997


Short Take: CompuServe debuts free photo library

CompuServe has launched the CompuServe Picture Gallery (Go Picture), a royalty-free image library for the use of its 3 million members. Library patrons may browse low-resolution thumbnails and download 24-bit high-resolution pictures.

By 13 December 1996